There was plenty of movement in the Central Division this offseason. In fact, it could be the most improved division in the league at this point.
With so much activity already this offseason, Eye on Hockey takes a look at how each team improved (or didn't) over the summer.
The Canadiens and Avalanche swapped Quebec natives on Monday with P.A. Parenteau and a draft pick going to Montreal for Daniel Briere.
This is the second of two summers in which teams can elect to use the two compliance buyouts from the last CBA. We take a look at every team's situation.
The Rangers and Canadiens have had a lot of time off the past few days and that has escalated the back-and-forth in the media. Alain Vigneault isn't too happy about any of it.
Brandon Prust was candid in his comments after he was suspended for his check on Derek Stepan and expressed concern for his former teammate's injury. Prust's teammates, however, weren't as sympathetic.
The finalists for the GM of the Year Award were finally announced on Friday with Marc Bergevin, Dean Lombardi and Bob Murray making the cut.
The Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers are a small surprise as the Eastern Conference Finals matchup but with a Stanley Cup Final spot on the line, it should still be great.
Daniel Briere did it again, having a two-point effort in a Game 7. His goal in the closing minutes went in off Zdeno Chara's skates to perfectly encapsulate the series.
Every night during the playoffs, we will wrap up all the exciting action and tell you what you need to know about the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs. Welcome to What You Need To Know.

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